¼ Read ☆ Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins ¼ sustanon.pro
¼ Read ☆ Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins ¼ So, Anna is forced to go to boarding school in Paris I know Poor chica and she crushes on a guy who already has a girlfriend They flirt and obsess over each other while he is still dating the other girl To add icing to Anna s miserable cake, she is then forced to get mad at her friend who does something despicable her friend dates a boy that Anna thought liked her instead Life is just not fair I gave this book one star because 1 Anna is a whiny hypocrite who has very different ideas about who she s allowed to date kiss and who everyone else is allowed to date kiss It s simple she can kiss and flirt with anyone even if they have a girlfriend or she has a boyfriend no one else can do the same 2 Also, the girl is in France and is a huge film fanatic Yet all she does is watch a bunch of American movies In Franc No thanks.
Watch my full review here Anna Is Looking Forward To Her Senior Year In Atlanta, Where She Has A Great Job, A Loyal Best Friend, And A Crush On The Verge Of Becoming Which Is Why She Is Less Than Thrilled About Being Shipped Off To Boarding School In Paris Until She Meets Tienne St Clair Smart, Charming, Beautiful, Tienne Has It Allincluding A Serious Girlfriend But In The City Of Light, Wishes Have A Way Of Coming True Will A Year Of Romantic Near Misses End With Their Long Awaited French Kiss This book is adorable, I m not gonna lie Wealthy white teenagers having first world problems Anna, the valiant, is plucked from Georgia and abandoned by her parents at a boarding school for rich American teens living in Paris, where she collapses into tears at the injustice of it all.
Intrigued That s only the beginning of this incredible tale.
Sadly, my hopes for a dramatic twist of the Taken variety came to naught as the entire novel progressed without a single gun fight, kidnapping, or car chase, although at one point Anna s dream guy vomits on her.
In fact, every plot twist for Anna and the French Kiss seems to have been lifted directly from r firstworldproblems Chapter 1 Girl meets boy the plot thickens.
Chapter 2 Girl wants to order 5 BRILLIANT STARS One lovely word tienneSweet sweet sweet.
I might just have fallen in love.
This story equals exactly Friday night rain outside chick flick Skittles chocolate popcorn comfortable couch lovely boyfriend friends HEAVEN 10 Things You ll Find 1 A main character that has personality2 A swoon worthy love interest3 Some beautiful friendly relationships4 Secondary characters that are truly unforgettable5 A setting you won t resist it s Paris, guys, PARIS 6 A plot that doesn t lack of originality7 Lovely humour that makes a delightful atmosphere8 A than pleasant writing style that doesn t do repetition9 No moment of boredom 10 A new favourite series to fangirl over Such a relaxing and absolutely worth reading story I m very picky with my contemporari Update after reading this book for the THIRD time Etienne ETIENNE The boy of my dreams wellsecond place after Will Herondale, but still, that s a high honor Stephanie Perkins is one of my favorite YA contemporary writers as she has this way of writing books which really sound SO cheesy plot and title wise that leaves you in a puddle of happy tears and hormones after the last page This book has an inexplicable quality that even after reading the book multiple times, I can fall in love with the characters again and again and it feels like the first time The best romance book I ve ever read This read is not only completely and utterly adorable, it is incredibly relatable and witty I love how Stephanie Perkins wrote each character and how all of the characters will tie together in her three books I can t wait for Isla and the Happily Ever After to come out This is one of the cutest feel good teen romances I have ever read It has a bit of everything that you want humour, a likeable protagonist and a completely swoon worthy guy called Etienne St Clair You could fall in love with the name alone, even without the fact that he s sweet, kind, honest and nothing at all like any of the English boys I grew up with It s a very cute book, a very nice book, neither is a bad thing but if I start mentioning words like cute and nice in a review you can guarantee two things a I liked it b It s not a 5 star novel.
I do understand completely why people love it, but it was nothing new or unusual and didn t take me to new places emotionally or intellectually I m not trying to discourage people from reading it, in fact I would greatly stress that it is a delightful experience, very very pleasant to read and never challen
Edited to Add a Disgruntled Reader s Reply at the Bottom Apparently, I don t know how to write reviews.
The best thing about this book The end.
I don t read chick lit In fact, I avoid it like the plague But this book received rave reviews from every single person on my friendlist So I thought, hey, why not Maybe this won t be like the formulaic Mary Kate and Ashley movies my teachers made me watch in first grade Maybe Anna will be smart and witty And maybe Etienne will be awesome I m too optimistic Like The Duff, this book suffers from wish fulfillment don t tell me this book is realistic I beg to differ It s a fantasy And there s nothing wrong with that, except when the protagonist is a self righteous, hypocritical bitch I ve never been able to relate to rich annoying white girls, which is rather strange, considering that 40% of my I found this onlineNOW WHY COULDN T THIS BE THE ACTUAL COVER St Clair St Clair St Clair St Clair St Clair St Clair St Clair St Clair St Clair St Clair St Clair St Clair St Clair St Clair St Clair St Clair St Clair St Clair St Clair St Clair ST CLAIR Can t I just fill this review with his name instead of explaining how much I effing LOVED this book and trying to describe in vivid detail how beautiful and amazing and gorgeous and sexy and adorable and cute and sweet and perfect and totally smoking HAWT St Clair is Asdfghjkl this is me being speechless I just I loved, loved, LOVED this book I m positively utterly, totally, absolutely completely, undeniably IN LOVE with this book Just thinking about it makes me giddy Seriously It makes me wonder why don t my parents send me to France I want to find my own Etienne, dam